In 2003, the Moroccan Ayoub El-Khazzani (above), moved from Tangier to the southern Spanish port of Algeciras.
He came to the attention of the police and intelligence agencies.
One newspaper said he had been arrested for drug trafficking and placed under surveillance.
At this point he may have been recruited by the CIA and its friends.
In a surprisingly empty compartment (on a very crowded train) Spencer Stone decided to confront a man with an AK 47.
“The gunman had burst out of a toilet cubicle on the train and fired his handgun once, wounding one man, before the weapon jammed, giving his would-be victims their chance to pounce.”
The Moroccan had managed to take a handgun, an AK-47 machine gun, knives and nine magazines of bullets onto the train.
Spencer Stone leaving hospital after his neck was slashed.
Alek Skarlatos, Spencer Stone and Anthony Sadler. Did they all know each other before they got on the train? Who took the photo?
The Moroccan ‘gunman’ Ayoub El-Qahzzani, involved in the French train incident, has been linked to a group involved in an incident in Verviers in Belgium in January 2015.
The CIA and NATO have a long history of carrying out terrorist attacks in Belgium.
In 1984, a squad of US Marines was parachuted into Belgium, and met by a member of the Belgian military intelligence.
Weapons and ammumition were stolen. A belgian police officer was murdered.
In 1991, a Belgian Senate investigation proved that this attack was the work of the American and Belgian military.